AutoDeal car reviews are the most detailed in the Philippines. With help from our in-house automotive experts we provide you with up-to-date evaluations on the country's latest and most popular cars.
The range-topping 2019 EcoSport may have a smaller engine, but it’s not something to be belittled. Here’s our full review.
With a price like a subcompact sedan, you can have a subcompact crossover with an SUV-like appeal.
We took the Suzuki Jimny for a (really) quick spin to see if it retains its charm as a cute and boxy mini off-roader.
With millions of units sold worldwide, the Suzuki Swift is definitely an attractive compact runabout, more so, in its all-new trim.
Better late than never. Mitsubishi has an answer to the rapidly growing small MPV market in the Philippines.
The Honda Jazz is a great car in its RS guise, but does it still bear its charm without the additional aesthetic flairs?
Plain-looking? Yes. Ordinary? Hell no.
Although the 2019 model is available, the older MX-5 still proves to be amazingly good fun.
What happens when an off-road brand creates softer crossovers for mainstream buyers? So far so good, actually.
Before the 2019 Jimny comes in, let's take a look at its current trim to see if it's still a solid choice for car buyers.
When mid-variants are just as awesome as the range-topper.
It’s the seven-seater that most of you have been waiting for.
The car that started the compact crossover SUV revolution in the Philippines.
Base variants aren’t such a bad deal after all.
A small engine with more power. Isuzu’s second generation D-Max impresses.
We ran out of French to describe this well-crafted and versatile seven-seat crossover.
BMW’s X1 makes a return in second generation form, and it’s better in every way.
A bold move from a brand that’s trying to break a stigma.
The C-Class grows up. Literally. And we like where Mercedes-Benz is going with their new SUVs.
We took the Volkswagen Lavida for a drive to see how a China-built German compact sedan performs on road.